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Portfolio of plates and diagrams accompanies v. 12, Report on mortality and vital statistics, pt. 2
Portfolio of 16 maps accompanies v. 9, Report on the forests of North America
At head of title: Department of the Interior. Census Office
Francis A. Walker, superintendent, appointed April 1, 1879; resigned November 3, 1881. Chas. W. Seaton, superintendent, appointed November 4, 1881
Published also as House, Misc. doc. 42, pt. 1-22, 47th Cong., 2d sess
[v. 1] Statistics of the population.--[v. 2] Manufactures.--[v. 3] Productions of agriculture.--[v. 4] Agencies of transportation.--[v. 5-6] Cotton production in the United States.--[v. 7] Valuation, taxation, and public indebtedness.--[v. 8] The newspaper and periodical press. Alaska: its population, industries, and resources. The seal islands in Alaska. Ship-building industry in the United States.--[v. 9] Forests of North America. Portfolio of 16 maps.--[v. 10] Production, technology, and uses of petroleum and its products. The manufacture of coke. Building stones of the United States, and statistics of the quarry industry for 1880.--[v. 11-12] Mortality and vital statistics. Portfolio of plates and diagrams.--[v. 13] Statistics and technology of the precious metals.--[v. 14] United States mining laws ... and state and territorial ... [and] local mining regulations.--[v. 15] Mining industries of the United States exclusive of the precious metals
[v. 16-17] Statistics of power and machinery employed in manufactures.--[v. 18-19] Social statistics of cities.--[v. 20] Statistics of wages in manufacturing industries.--[v. 21] Defective, dependent, and delinquent classes of the of the population of the United States.--[v. 22] Power and machinery employed in manufactures